What if I have evidence on my electronic device that I want to present to the court at trial?
Electronic devices are not permitted in the court houses. Any pictures, text messages or anything else digitally stored that you want to present and be part of the court's record must be a hard copy.

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1. Are electronic devices permitted in the courthouses?
2. What if I have evidence on my electronic device that I want to present to the court at trial?
3. I do not have a lawyer. How do I sue someone or file something with the court?
4. I am a civil defendant, but do not have enough money to hire a lawyer. Can I get a lawyer to represent me for free?
5. I am a criminal defendant, but do not have enough money to hire a lawyer. Can I get a lawyer to represent me for free?
6. Is there someplace my children can go while I am in or awaiting court?
7. When is my next court date?
8. Who do I contact to check on the status of a case?
9. What do I do if my attorney does not arrive?
10. What should I wear to court?
11. What if I need a translator?
12. Where can I go to get child support records or a payment printout?
13. Where do I pay my court fees?
14. Where can I review a court file?
15. Where do I pick up court forms?
16. How do I get a transcript?
17. Who do I contact to get a copy of my birth certificate?